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Burgtec DH seatpost

Discussion in 'Downhill & Freeride' started by distilledmag, Feb 27, 2008.

  1. distilledmag

    distilledmag Chimp

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  2. captainspauldin

    captainspauldin intrigued by a pole

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    the question is, lighter than a thomson?
     
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    nothing beats a thomson
     
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    Chuck Norris could beat a Thomson:weee:
     
  5. Spunger

    Spunger Git yer dumb questions here

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    looks flexy....

    Thomson seat posts are THE standard. I wouldn't think about running a carbon seat post weather it was rated for DH or not.
     
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    worship_mud Turbo Monkey

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    i agree whole-heartedly! it almost broke my heart when i had to cut it to length.
     
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    Looks like a 'cheap' taiwanese post that so many companies sell, is this still made in the uk?

    Any design featurest that set this apart from these cheap taiwanese posts? - i know Burgtec stuff is very high quality so if this is a UK Burgtec factory made post then it should do what it says on the tin

    Either way, looks just like my halfords own post that i paid less than £35 for - i wonder how cheap this will be?